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Digital Solution for insurance of seniors in China

HiNounou Intelligent Robot (Shanghai) Company Ltd launched the insurance platform as a service for elderly people in China developed jointly with AXA Partners China and PingAn Insurance. The online platform uses artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain and Internet of things (IoT) technology.
Digital Solution for insurance of seniors in China

According to HiNounou, there are about 200 million of elderly people in China, most of them have no insurance. Internet resource UkrInsurance also found out that the average life expectancy in China is 75 years, while the age of health is limited to 68 years. Thus, on average, for 7 years, elderly Chinese people treat certain diseases.

Together with PingAn, the HiNounou platform provides elderly people with accident and death insurance. AXA provides a 24-hour hotline through AXA Partners China. In the future, companies are planning to expand services to the markets of Singapore and Hong Kong.

Charles Bark, co-founder of HiNounou, commented: "HiNounou offers a complete healthcare solution that provides heartsease for the elder people and their families. In partnership with AXA Partners China and PingAn, two world insurance leaders, we can provide access to medical services and insurance for seniors".

Source: https://www.ukrstrahovanie.com.ua/news/hinounou-tsifrovoe-reshenie-strahovaniya-pozhilyih-lyudey-v-kitae

Photos per websites: tuiris.com, anntw.com

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